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Why Don't Sikhs Have Arab Spring N Punjab


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i wanna c a Fauji Spring for fair wages and workers safety and rights abroad.

QUick q though how comes lots of apneh from there have these high pitched voices? how did that happen? My Grandad and Granny sound like Thunder their 80ish and barely 5 feet 4. How an earth do you get young big fauji lads with squeeky voices? diet or summit?

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i wanna c a Fauji Spring for fair wages and workers safety and rights abroad.

QUick q though how comes lots of apneh from there have these high pitched voices? how did that happen? My Grandad and Granny sound like Thunder their 80ish and barely 5 feet 4. How an earth do you get young big fauji lads with squeeky voices? diet or summit?

Lol! My Dad absolutley hates it if I put on that high pitched pindu accent.

I think it comes from a lack of education

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there is not enough support and no international support.

do you support the right of others to breakaway and form their independant nations? eg. scotland, cataluyna, texas, cornwall, shetland/orkney islands

where does it all end?

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The reason? Nobody (outsiders) supports us. Nobody knows about our history; our own ppl doesn't know.

Libya; France took keen interest and thrust NATO into it. Syria; turkey supporting anti-Syrian government movement. These fighters or activist are maybe small in numbers but they got support from known and unknown outsiders because of their own self interests.

We are being neglected by all despite of our high input and great help to outsiders whether it's mutiny of 1857, boer war, ww1,2 and so on.

We are on our own!

UKL = Paji you are absolutely right that we are on our own and that USA and UK are wholly in support of the oppression of Sikhs, so long as India can remain a united counterweight to China. The West doesn't give a damn about Tibetan independence (as Chinese destruction in Tibet has gone unhindered for commercial reasons) to any meaningful degree and neither do they care about us.

However, if we lay the groundworks for an Arab Spring ... via increasing education in particularly our villages, increasing parchaar to both ethnic Punjabi's and non-Punjabi newcomers, the stamping out of drugs and alcohol sales in Punjab and an end to biraderi apartheid and female infanticide ... then without zero support from external parties, we will be ready to democratically and peacefully end all corrupt rule over us. If the public are not aware then that is the perfect cover for corruption and misrule to succeed. And educated populace is the number one weapon to defeat our enemies objectives in wiping out our Qaum.

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However, if we lay the groundworks for an Arab Spring ... via increasing education in particularly our villages, increasing parchaar to both ethnic Punjabi's and non-Punjabi newcomers, the stamping out of drugs and alcohol sales in Punjab and an end to biraderi apartheid and female infanticide ... then without zero support from external parties, we will be ready to democratically and peacefully end all corrupt rule over us

All great points veere but not going to happen until we kick out the Badal clan - Dukhbir's father-in-law is Satyajit Majithia - the man that controls the alcohol supply for much of north india!

Found this about the Badal and Majithia clans;

http://www.sikharchives.com/?p=15453

The Dal Khalsa United Kingdom : Traitors Gate, The History Of The Badal Ruling Family The Badal Ruling Family

History of the traitorous Badal ruling family along with mistakes made by Maharajah Ranjit Singh in military policy. Also a discussion of the history of his wifes family the historic Majithia family and its history in the betrayal of Maharajah Ranjit Singh and the Sikh Misls.

The hand of the Majithia family in the deliberate destruction of the Sikh Misls and the attack by the family on Guru Gobind Singhs command of Tyaar-e-tyaar cumination of their efforts in the destruction of the Tyaar-e-Tyaar command of Guru Gobind Singh.

There is a discussion of the collaboration of the Majithia family with the English and the subsequent destruction of the Sikh Panth. The blood relationship of Badal and the heretica Radho Soami Cult. The connection between some descendants of the Hil Rajahs (who fought against Guru Gobind Singh) and the Badal Family.

Also discussed are bloodlines, eugenics DNA and the on-going inter-marriages between The Patiala Ruling Family, the Majithia Family (Harsimran Kaurs Family) and Badalss Family (Dhillon).

Not mentioned in this video presentation is the fact that The Chandigarh Tribune was started by a prominent member of the Majithia Family ( Dyal Singh Majithia?). At the time of the partition of India, he married a Muslim woman, converted to Islam and went to Pakistan. The marriage may have been prompted by the desire to keep intact the large landholdings of the Majitha family which were in Pakistan after the partition. These land holdings (jagirs) were bestowed by Maharajah Ranjit Singh on the Majitha family. The Chandigarh Tribune was later taken over by Hindu Brahmins who created a trust to ensure that the control of the newspaper remained in their hands into perpetuity. later taken over by Hindu Brahmins who created a trust to ensure that the control of the newspaper remained in their hands into perpetuity.

In the video below, notice the wife of Badal worshipping the <banned word filter activated> of the Hindu god Shiva in front of her children. This worship is also performed by the Yogi Bhajan RSS Sikh cult. Also notice Badal wearing the mark of a high caste Hindu inside the Sikh Darbar Sahib

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All great points veere but not going to happen until we kick out the Badal clan - Dukhbir's father-in-law is Satyajit Majithia - the man that controls the alcohol supply for much of north india!

Found this about the Badal and Majithia clans;

http://www.sikharchives.com/?p=15453

Very true Paji regarding Majithia connection. We need to put the drug pushers and suppliers and alcohol distributors out of business in Punjab via direct physical force. If vigilante type action by local jatha's can be put into action against those that profit from our Qaum's misery and against abortion clinics our enemies will soon realise it's not commercially viable for them to continue.

Related to your point Paji, one worry I have is the 2014 Indian General Election:

We all know that Badals are de facto an enemy of the Panth. But they are a lesser enemy than Congress. Whilst I would ordinarily advocate throwing in our weight with the Aam Aadmi Party (given their recent success in Delhi) there is a case that if Badal Dal are part of the ruling coalition with Modi in 2014 ... they "may" just be able to wipe out a significant percentage of Punjab state's debts, which could prove highly beneficial to the state both short term and long term.

So whilst I agree with you Paji that Badals (and Majithia) are a plague upon Punjab I think care needs to be taken by Sikhs in Punjab in 2014 that the anti-Congress vote is not split as too much anti-Badal rhetoric in May 2014 could assist Congress. There may be a case for Sikhs to support Badal Dal when electing MP's (if they can show some Panthic credentials) to send to the centre ... but supporting clean politicians on an Aam Aadmi party ticket at local state and MLA level. I don't have the answers myself but Panthic scholars need to weigh up where our interests lie politically and how best we can extract the best deal for the Panth overall. Congress and Badal Dal both trying to get Jatts included in the Backward Caste list is yet another sign that both parties are enemies of the Panth in real terms. Worrying that Sant Samaj haven't counselled Badal that caste reservation in a Sikh majority state is tantamount to trying to kill Sikhi. But I don't suppose Sant Samaj really care as they have done nothing to prevent bakhre bakhre Gurdware and haven't initiated any practical steps against matrimonial level apartheid whereas when it comes to matters of discussing homosexuality or calendars or who wrote SG or BN they always find time for intellectual conferences.

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